SJEAS Deputy Chief Officer Appointed

The St John Emergency Ambulance Service has appointed a new Deputy Chief Officer. Joel de Woolfson, a senior communications officer for the States of Guernsey, was appointed by the Service’s Board following a competitive recruitment process. He will take up the role next Monday (21st January). The position of Deputy …

Busy Christmas for the Emergency Ambulance Service

The St John Emergency Ambulance Service dealt with a high number of incidents during the three days of Christmas. Between Christmas Eve and Boxing Day crews responded to fifty-five calls.   The peak in demand came during the afternoon of Christmas Day when, between midday and 1800hrs, there were fifteen emergencies. These calls were …

Go Green for the Emergency Ambulance Appeal

We’re inviting you to ‘Go Green’ on Friday 25th January to support the St John Emergency Ambulance Service. Schools, businesses, clubs and individuals are encouraged to wear something green and make a donation to help raise money for the new emergency road ambulance appeal. Chief Officer Ali Marquis said: “I’ve been …

Long service award for Station Officer John Le Page

Congratulations to John Le Page who has just received an award for fifteen years dedicated service.  John originally joined the Patient Transport Service in 1992 before moving the emergency ambulance service a year later. He completed his Emergency Medical Technician training at the Southern Ambulance College in Chippenham in 1993 and then progressed to become a Paramedic …

Remembrance Sunday 2018

Representatives from St John Guernsey and the St John Emergency Ambulance Service have joined islanders and people further afield in two minutes silence to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice and remember all those killed and injured serving their country. This year was the first time Badgers (7-10 year …